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May 2009

May consumer news quiz

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Consumers warned over car-selling scam

Consumers are losing nearly £3m a year to vehicle-matching scams, according to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).

Philips unveils the 9604 Series of LCD TVs

Philips has introduced the 32PFL9604 and 37PFL9604 LCD TVs with the latest Philips Perfect Pixel HD engine processing chips

High street banking brands scrapped

Spanish banking group Santander has announced that famous UK bank brands Abbey, Alliance & Leicester and Bradford & Bingley will disappear from high streets.

FOS handles record number of complaints

Insurance, mortgage and lending complaints soar, with PPI complaints up threefold since last year

Samsung LED TV impresses Which?

Samsung's 7 series of LED TVs has caused a stir in the Which? lab with preliminary results suggesting outstanding image quality and impressive energy efficiency

Broadband speed ‘notspots’ in UK to be exposed

Broadband website Thinkbroadband.com has launched a new website to reveal the areas of the UK that can't get a broadband connection or which can only get a broadband speed below 2 megabits per second (Mbps).

Faster payments one year on: could do better

Same-day transfers between UK banks one year old

BMW confirms details of new 5 Series GT

The 5 Series Gran Turismo attempts to combine facets of three different existing BMWs to create something new. 

VW unleashes the Scirocco R

Volkswagen has announced a new R version of its Scirocco coupé – and it’s the most powerful Scirocco ever.

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